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PROFILE 



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?./it^, \tin i j 3n/ieoo a-c o i/isl Ltinex>, and un- 

(iffft^iti/a/l'ayo. 7/ o tiLX-bejdLe.ck.ed dtAcc- 

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kexi-iLij, e.xno<ttatton<o to "...Do oo/?. >,..ma.k.e. tt 

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/miring. tAue pAA.de , '■ 'e/tto. Such a 

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fflaAu XindeA, 
EJ-aine. Jordan 
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Shalom 'joa-oeg 

Swcojx ^e.eA,e. 
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fhy.LLLi Huston 
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Jim. 7e.eJ.eu 

CaA.o<Lgn BieweA, 
Joan Boothman 
Linda D^tapeA 
Ba^Mata Lew-is$ 



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Ca-toLan Be.ckw<Lth 

Ron QJiaham. 
'Joanne. Jame^o 
MaAsilun O'DeJA, 
Cxmoi. Lana 
Ca/coi. Stagy 
Judy HoadLeu 



LauouA. ExLLtosui 

Bcuo-inesOsO lllanag eA 
t-noAogAapheA 



TaA. Hugheu 
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SSICS 




Accent, Anyone P 



(JY\ opte tett me that. 7 haue a AOutheAn accent. Be.ca.U4e. my 
J home. happen* to be. tn lde*t Uttg>inta, many, thtnk. that 7 am. 
lejxttu {Llom -the, South, fitthouah d)e*t UtsiqMvla t* conttnuattu 
a*AOctated w-lth U-UigsLnta, nuj. home -o-ta-te actually went wtth the 
Linton, tn -the. Ctt/tt ItiaA.. find wh?n 7 ao to Itoitda, nanu pe.opte 
think, that 7 am fL*,om the. flo-tth. It ouActu t-4 -ouAp^t^tna how 
dtJl-jLesient neatonat accent* a^e. 

H<$ <jooa a* my. ptan* weAe made, to attend a coiteae tn th.e 
(loAXh, wa-tntng^ begxin to come* Some. o£ my. fitA-end* *atd, "Oh, 
-ohe w-Ltt ptck. up t/iat Bo-otonian accent and wttt abwai/* be. 
40lAxj.." The. otheA* -catd, "Ch, -o/ie wttt be. ao cute. with, a 
tlttte noAAheAn accent," So, wtth {Attend* on. both *tde*, 7 haue 
dectded that my accent moot not be. too extreme. ettheA. wau. 

lHhen 7 aAsuLved on campus, meettna* wtth fLeltow ela**mate* 
beqxm to take, ptace* Stnce my. patent* weAe wtth me. fa*, the. 
pilsot £ew day-o, fiew lemaAL* wc-le pa**ed conceAnAna mu accent, 
ExreAy. now and. then someone woutd oau, "So, uou'te the. qtAt 
wtth the. -ooutheAn accent!" HoweuoA., when my. pa-lent* te£t, 
teaotna Neatly beaon. 

idhetheA 7 wa* tn trie tunch ttne, on. whe-theA 7 wa* ju*t 
tatktna tn the pasiAo*i, ■comeone atwau* woutd tuAn abound and a*L, 
"(Vte ij.ou faom. -Vie South?" fit that moment, a btg. -omtte would fALLL 



nuj, face, and in my nenrty act t u>Uied no'vtheAn. accent, 7 would cn^weA., 
"I'm f-tom IDzsct Ut-tatnta." L ueA.y one, X.eat,Ly had a laugh the. day 
7 -oa-cd "you att" -in my te-otimontj,! When. nuj, mtnd t-o focused on 
■oo.neAJi4.na e^Loe., my accent. -o-Lip^ -into e.ue-ty^thing tlcat -Lo -oatd. 

fUX-hough /ny. accent may be. novel to many. pe.op.te. heAe., 7 
Lind theAA, own accents ueAy humolouA. Jot -instance., they tatk 
-no qutckty that. theAA, ujoxxLs aren't dAA-Linyutsohabte.. Thexy gA,ue, 
att wo-ldo a. na/jat -sound. Jo-t wo<tcU> -Like, "know", thejj -oay "know", 
7o->i wo-teU> ttke, "fatt", Lhejy -cay "faw". HLoo, thexj. have, a ten- 
dency to take, t* 4 out. of wonxLo Like, " palk" and "ca-l", leav-inj 
*uch leraino ao " pak" and " ca" . 7 a-Loo find it ueAjy amusing to 
heaA "lae:e.-eA" fo-t "tdea" . 7 wondeA how thejj. can accuse, me. of. 
not 4p.ea.king, colAed Engt^ooh when. the.y talk -co fanny.! 



^JyiCL^x^ y\^7^djLyO 



f*~/ he, btg footbaLL ota*. whom 7 had had my ejy.ex on fox. a ton] 
J ^ime. flnaLLy aoked me. out. Of cousuie, 7 wanted to make, a 
good -impAe^-oton. Qolng. out to dbinnsA. wa<> a teat -Uieat fo->t me., 
and 7 ate, with rruj. veAxj, be^t etA,queAte.. The. whote. evening went 
veAjy ^moothty, and 7 -tejnembeAed not to men-don aiuj, o-theA boy*' 
namex* and to make, htm fe.et, -Like, a king.. H4 we. approached my. 
doo-t^te-p, 7 <6atd, "Thank you <jo much, 'Jam. 7 had a wondeA^ut 
evening." H-Lo name, wa/> boh. 



How to Enjoy Good Music 




ood nwotc <bo to be. en jo g.ed '., Tol yeai* -the. calAAAca have. 

4UAJiaunde.d -the, gjteat cla^^tca L /ute.ce^> ■ntth ■oup.eAsotAttonA 
and nujAJis} ant-it toe, apfiSLoa-ch good mu^tc wtth a oe/voe, of awe. and 
nvy^teAuj.. Lot u^ ^.e/nejnbeA. that good miuitc uoo wiAAAen to be. 
umng oa. danced to, oa to yAjoA^Lfu r ,od ; howcveA. the. mu-otc 
4chotaJL4 by. theAA. edA/tAnq, and foo tnottng have, taken, much of. tfie. 
lAfe. and -jot/. ^uA of g.ood miuitc. 

keJie, ale. a feu 4-iiriate, te.chnAquc>3 that u/ttl enabbe. lu> to 
enAou. nuuitc male.: 

Listen, to naAsto o/ a wolk,. Concentrate cto^eAx/ on. 4. 
oveAaAt combtnctAon of tn^'UunnejxAo and do not aAA.ejn.pt, to 
anaAu^e. the. mxt^tc, 

LA^ten to the. fiA-jh tnatonVi. Concentrate, on -the. hAgh aotnto 
and ntAde. oueA. the. beA^cJi p.otnOo. beeUiouen' 4 Hqniont Oae.>ituA.e 
lA^ess to a magnAfAcent cAAmax tha<t -ohoatd e.nthAxiA.t eueAy 
LloteneJi. 

LA^'Len to the, <oame. miuotc ofcen. The male. one. tA^tejvo to 
a ;:aAAAcwixiA. ivoX-t, tire, mole fie. ujttA become. famAAAaA, wtth. tt. 
Ro44<lnA ujouAd doff hA-o hot duAAnq a conceAA, be.caaoe. tht-o woa 
e fxotAte, way. to qJiceA an old f-tAend." 

J^ota-te. the. meAodu. Jottouj the. meAody th/iough bod) the. 
hAxjh. a nd Low /jotnto ; aMco tAu to *.e.co gnA% e. t/ic ihyAhm. of the 



■tune., OuoA.^.o lc' o flew luoA-id Sump/ion i coivtaAn^ ■oe.veAaA p-laAnttue., 
but. beuutA.fi.uL, vc.Lodtexi -taken jLAom fimeAAcan lieaAo fioLk. -ooaa^. 

Choose mu^tc uifitcJi teA.LA> a 4toA,q. fllanu qA.eat- compo^t-lAon* 
haue. a mood, oeAAAnq and e.uen a ptot. Tau. -to tnt.eAnA.eA the. 
4<to<>lij tn The, jo-tce^ei ' -6 sien.U-C.e- bij. Dukxu> oA. -the IT.u-tcAxic.LeA. 

Sutt 1 bu Tchatk-ou-oky.. 

Choose. A.omantAc miu>tc. RonumAAc nuuatc ha^o a mole. tm/riedAate. 
ajj.pe.at -to a/waAeuA. niuo tetany tixan doc a a Bacli-4tijAed 100 A L. 
kac.tuTixiroLriop.fi, TcJiaAkou^lcu, UeAdA, RoAotnt, TuccAnA and ChopAn 
aAA aAe. A.omantAc compo-ceA^. Lifi-teA tlie. tA^-teixeA LeaArvc a tAue 

1e.ct.aAA.0n ofi the. A.omantAc compo<>e,>u>, he. can attempt to qAa^p 
KandeA and Bach. 

LLue. up -to uouA. con.utcAA.orui. LuaAua-te. fioA. uouA^eAfi what. 
a paAAAcutaA wo Ah meanct to tj,ou . QA.eat mwotc t<$ enj.ou.ed bu both 
cAAAAc<a and arwtexiAA. 

Choose, an e.xctAAnq aAAA^t. Judq.e a peA.fl 'ovinia nee. y ouiyyeA.fi; 
-dien LAnd an aAAA^ot. mho -aut^Lo i/ou^ paAtAcuAaA -taste 

Jake -it. iAjriAAjj. L\nj.o^ muotc and -ohom chat uou en-j.oq qood 

mustc. IJ-ouA countenance. wttA. adueAtAse. qood mxuitc -to otheA pe.o i 

•lc has) no baAAAeA. ofi aie oA langjuag.e.. Cnce aou haue. 

teaAjxed t.o a.p/jAe.cAate. qood mxiatc, q.ou w-LLL aiiaaij^ haue. a 40uA.ce. 

ofi pAenouAe and enj.oijm.ent. 

IRustc. . .-i-6 c m,oA.e uo-teAt -Ln^tAximen t Jian ana. otheA, 
because. Ahuthm. and ha-tmomj. fiAnd theAA. uau tnto the. 
tnwfaA.d p-taceso ofi the. -00 ui . 

i Lato 



l^^XcAu/ Jimh 



Automobile Advertizing Fallacies 



/y n aatomobtte -Ls an anasaat machine, (lot ontu does tt 
myC^d^ function as a tach-ine but atso tt has it^ own peA^onaVitu. 
Usaaltij. caA owneAs wtLL sou, "She.'* Aunntnq. qo ,d" oA. "She's 
Aunntnq, bad this moAntnq ." Those of as who aAe mole. peSooonattu 
tnuotaed in ouA motoA uehtctes wttt, ascAtbe names to them. 
Ilettte Bette, Suste, Betsy, aAe amonq. -the, moAe common. Some, 
teenage hotAoddeAs nam.e thatA soaped up. junk, keeps afteA t}ietA 
cuAAent oaJlL {.Abend . 

It is atso a pet iheoAg. of mine that a caA' s peAsoonatttu 
actaattij. miAAoA^ its dAbupA's peA^onaltiq . If he. feeha anqAu 
and aaqAessive., hsis caA wt.Lt pa as eaeA-ij. caA tt gets a chance, to 
pass; tt wttt go oueA the. speed Limit, and wilt btow tts hoAn 
tmpatsLenttu foA. the. woman d-ttueA ahead of. tt to moire, a ttAA.be 
fasteA. Df the. owneA i/i gau and caA.e-lA.ee the. caA wttt be. 
couAAeou^. Lueix -the. stowest woman dAtueA wttt not botheA tt. 
Idhen thts caA parses anotheA tt wttt bbow tt-j ho An a^s tf to sau 
"Qood moAntnq ," and not " n r et oat, of, mu way.." 

"J thtnk that the. men tn DetAott agAee wtth me., too, because, 
tlxetA, ads seem to have peA^onattta ap peats. Oat, of, cuAtosttij 
1 too Led -chAoaqh tssues of Ttmz magazine da^ed fAom 1955* T 
noticed espectatbg. To Ad ThundeAbtAd, Dodge and Cadtltac ads. 

CadtbLac always showed thetA, caA tn IalxuaAoua saAAoundtngsi 



wtth ueAu, 4tutsL$h peopte u^uatlt/. qolnq ln<to ol coming, oat 
a ueAxj, -owantcu paAtg. 

Jrt 1957 T Acad, "Tht* ma, veJin weti be the ueaA." Imp Uflna 
-that ounjMe tht* ij.eaA, aou could become, one of -die. etlte toko own. 
a Cadttlac. The Jeweled "U" on. mjo<ot of, the*e 4<LarU£ied luxuA.u 
and expenoe. TheAefo-te If. a ditch dl/geA. bought a Cadttlac he, 
would be. Alch, <$<L^ Ll*h and aaij.. 

Dodge'* p.eA*onaltUj. ad* weA.e on the. theme " Swept winy" 
and " fo^iwaAd" . Dodie wa* *ur,po*oil to be "fa tuA .' c tic" and 
n advanced" above average In abtii tu. U eA^atlLLtg <oa* tt* twiddle 
name. 

The ThundeAtfl-td was* aduentjaJiou* and *Cjll*h ititth p.oweA and 
yet-up-and-ao. The ThwndeAbVid wa* a bachelor and a *polt*man. 
Then In 1958 It became a famtUj. caJt with comfort net adiren-tuAe. 
1-t euen had <LU> own special of pe the "ThundeAhlid 

Peopte," who blue itfe wllh je*t, who *ceL aLL thing* that a*r 
untque and beau.ttfut and exclttng. TheJiefole a *hj. IntJiotre-U, 
who bun* a T-iil-id wttl be,co' ■ ei\A,uA.e*ome and will *eet life 

■futl of ^.ea-t. 

Thesie cat* ate -jlueji the*e peA^onatttte* because theu w-LLL 
'at r.o lho*e who have oi want the*e pesu>o nalttte* . Bat do 
thex>e ca^6 cieatc the*e peA*o nalttte*? lutlt a dttch dtaaci who 
own* a Cadttlac be nA,ch and *-tg,U*h jwot because he own* a 
Cadltta.c." a tit an In-iJtoueJiA, become an exclttng extsiaveAt j.u*t 
because he own* a, ThundeAtrfid? 




My Sin 



yf haue, often heaAd nuj. dad /jAea.ch on "The, Stn of /Aoanxi^Ctn- 
f atton" . If pA,ocAasoCtnatton n,eatLu t^ a *tn, then 7 am 
one, of tho^e. p.e.opte. who -otn eueALj day tn thought, wonxi, on, 
de,ext. 

jf. 7 don't want ■Co thtnk. of. ^omethtnq, -Lite, the. btg, 
Zim.eAA.can dejn.ocAac.ij. e.xam 7 have, Com.o-tn.OLO , 1'tt ju^t put ofLf 
thtnktng. about, wanjiij^lng. about, and. po^^tbUj. -otudijtng, tt. 
besotdes), thoughts about pAe^o^tng, pn.obtejiK> ttLe. due, a-o^ton- 
me/vOo and ftnat e.xam^ botheA me,* find 7 -ctrnplg can't aeA, mu- 
■oeMfL att wonted up.. 7 rn.tg.ht haue, a neAuou.4 bn.eak.down. So the. 
bex>t thtng. co do t*> co fonaeA, about tt arid n.<?sot my m-lnd. 7 
can atwaijss <otaij, up att ntghit. That would oetstte. e.ue,tij thtng,. 

I'm a. won,l(Ajxj qAJiA. and pnofe-c^onsd can't exp.e.ct me. to haue. 
eueAij. OsO-otgnmesit tn an ttme. and be. act ■otudted up {.on, e.ueAu 
teAt. dfteA att, 7 haue, to won.k. thAough coCtcae.. fLLoo, I'm 
eruLLtl.ed to a Lottie. gAumbttng., majj.be.. So tf 7 Cake, up otheA 
Ltd* ' ttme, oo wett a* nuj, own whtte. 7 gAumbte. and fnet, a. ttttte,, 
tt ton' t neattij -otnntng,, to tt? I'm not n.exUJ,u pAocAaottjiaCtng. 
Chat much, jxu>t a coupte. bounty a dxuj.. 

How do 7 <otn wtth a de.e.d? 7 thtnk tt' o not what 7 do, tt* o 
what. 7 don't do. Ret nA.alit. tltatj.be. tf. 7 hadn't waited oo much 
ttme, ueyoteAda.Lj. 7 would not be. tn thto flieoo. But the Qjie.enbo o 



eA.ectsions4 weAe hetd yesateJiday and 7 couldn' 't de^aeAA. the f.eaAuAe 
4ta£fi. even tf. I'm. not an that sstafLf., the. edsitoltat *ta£.{. doe* 
have, a liAjcie conne.cJA.on the-le, 7 thtnk., and we. all have, to 
otsick. toqeAheA and qAve each. otheA ouppolA. k£.teA ait, 7 had 
nothtnq. beAAeA to do then; aLL my a^^tqnment* weAe due. the day 
aAlteA that; tn otheA wold*, tom.oiA.ow. 

Ci/eAy Uedn.es4d.ay, a Tine RiAs4 teadAnq icpoiA and an CnqtAsoh 
compo^ttAon aAe due -in two coivoecwttue pesitod*. TuAheArnoie, 
Tuesday, nlqht <U> my ntqht to wo4.k. 7 think, tho^e two pA.of.eso -401* 
q,ot toq.eth.eA on thl* thing.. They, even went to LuAope toaetheA. 
That, musit be why they aAe "tn cahoots" about a<4s4tqnment4 . 

OuA. LnqAsisoh pA.o{.es4<40l ^aijso to (we falsiacteso , ot ast teaot 
wlslte abouA them, tn oust camp*. l/iayJje t{L 7 had done yesoteAday-b 
aso^tqjvnent, 7 mAqhsL have known what msLatalcen caudal letatsion 



WOs4. 



7 rnu4t have <$ome bind o£ tteepAaiq, <c>lcknes44 because I'm 
asiwaijso sleepy. 7/ 7 dtdn' t keep puAAAjxq thing* off". untsLL ntqAt 
tsime, 7 cousid <iteep. Hisoo sleeping dwUjiq. the day tAjtie ts$ the 
bes4t way 7 know to psiocAjzattnate.. 

7 -4uppooe 7 could je.t 4to*Aed an one o£ mu. a^^tqninenstc . 
iltaybe 1'tl geA oveA thsU ttnJLwL habit, fondest tfl theAe' 4 any- 
thing et*e to wiAte. about tn EngAl-oh beside* laliacAe*. LeA' * 
■4ee. me could discuss* a pAoveAlj, took, at magazine adveAttsie- 
mentso, ttoten to the Xadsio advesitsisseAientsO, oi watch T. U. 
cotruTieActosU . Key! That'* a qood ideal 7 thtnk. the. topic on 
T. U. ts4 excellent. I'd. bestAeA jo watch 7. U. and do a lltstle 
A.Cs4eaAch. 7 don't {.eel up to wXAAing. any contpo4t<U.onso itqht now, 
anyway. 7 can do that latei. . A ^O 



La r sen's Perfect Game 

r /"V/xe 4tm.ate. sentence, totd -the, atosuq of -the, qAeate^t mound 
y J e^ffoAA. tn ait IVoAtd SeAte* hLotoAa — the. tmp.eAfe.ct man 
attched a aeAfe.ct aame.. Don LaAsoen., a 4tsZanntnq. 6-4, 230 pound 
yltqhthandeA, wo* somewhat of a aau oeduceA* He. had ^hAaaqed 
off tAatntnq, yXexyutattonA. kt* ^e.a^on'^ AccoAd tix <L95& wa* O- 
qood, tf uwcacctacutaA, 11 -5 • He ua>o -the. (janLce.'^ 4taAsttnq 
pttcheA -In the, 4e.cond qame. of the SeAte* and fatA,ed to IxLot 
thAouah a 4tx->uun DodaeA 4e,cond tnntnq taAq.et.ij. be.cau4e. of. JLouA 
<6ao ex. -on-batMo . 

Bat on a iiiondau afteAnoon, 64,519 -ape-ctatoAyO -oat enAhAatted 
tn the, yxmke.c Stadtum a* LaAx>en, ujoAlctna tetyOUAetu, catmtu, and 
w-iAJh no wtnd-up, tuAned back, twentij.-yne.uen coaoect^Uye BAooktun 
batsmen tn the, ftfth q,ame. of. the SeAtex, to qatn. htx, 2-0 de-ct^ton 
oueA Sat. HtaqtA,e. 

In the. ftfta-e.iq.ht SeAtex ptaued -otnce. 1903, theAe. haue. 
be,en 341 q.am.e^, many, of them attched bu the aame.' -o texqendaAxj. 
fyi.qaA.exj, bat none, had pttched a no-fittteA, tet atxine. a aeA-fect 
aame.. In fact, theAe. had not b.e.en a qxime. tn lohtch a yotnqMe 
batteA fatted to -teach fiAsat baoe. anuurheAe -in the. maJpol teaquex, 
■in. thtAtu-fouA ueaAo wrxAAA, La->uien unfotded ht*i ma4teApA..e-ce- 

Don reached a count of thAce. baCLo on onUj. one. batteA, 
Pe.etiie.e. lee^e , tn the. PLvst tnntnq, and he. then took, a thtAd 



■otnAlce., TheA-e. iceAe. a few 4 paA-kAAnxj. fA-eAdAnq pAao^. da -the. 
■6iLC.on.dL -innAnq, IxLckAe. kobtnaoa' 4 zloundeA. castorxeji off -the. atoue. 
of thOid ba^emxia fladu CaAexj., bat Q-LL (llcJJoa-jxiAd, ■the. 4h.oiAsat.op., 
^aatched the. baAA and thAew hAm. oat, Da the. fA.fth tanAaq., 
(iA.ck.eja lltanAle. bach-handed, ^tt Hodac*' dAAue Aato centeA fteAd, 
Da the. ocwie ■innAnq., the. cJiowd qa^ped a* Sandy. fLm.on.04 -olAced oae. 
■into the. nAjht fteAd -itaiuLo — foot ba tachc*. 

ivtth the. ten^toa rnoaatAnq, fiicDoaaaAd made, a quAck, pAck.- 
ap of. ~]Ain QttlAam,'* -ohaAp qAoandeA -in the. <>e,venAh, when. Ihana- 
aeA watteA. htotoa senA Date. (ilttcheAA -co bat fo-t lilagAAe. tatth 
■two oat -in the. nAnth, a ha^h fe.Lt oueA. the. haae. aAena. The. 
fL-Uust pAtch wa-4 a batt, the. second, a caAAed otAAIce., > AAcheAA 
4ioanq and nUsy-aexL for a second stAAIce., and thejx he. footed oae. 
ofc.fl, Oa Lasuten.' 4 nAaeta-4e.uenth pAtch of -ttie. aane., pAate. am.- 
pAJie. babe. PtneAAA lathed, hi* nAqht hand fo-t a caAAed thAAxL 
otAAIce., Ht^toAJO had be.en made., and. the -otadtam wao bedtam. 



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Is the Space Program Worth 
the Billions it Costs p 




)daxj, we aAe constantly, hea-tlng. about -oeuenteerx o-tMLt 
manned- f Li <fJi.to aAound -the. eaAth, -opecLacuta-t lunai. pAobeo, 
"<opy.-in-Lhe--okjy." -oateLLLteso , and a LheA -ouch b-iecth-takAna 
accompLLohmenLo of the Apace. 4clcnLLoLo. But, with aLl t/ie-ce 
wondeAJLut, and -ooirtettmeo teAALfyA.n.q, , acthic.i7Qjne.rvt4, the. qu.esotA.on 
aAt<oeA, " ftsie -the. lesoutJ^o of. att Lhex>e -opace and mLooLLe pAo .yiams 
wolth the. amount of. rn.on.exi. we put i/vto them.?" 

j think, that this rn.on.exi fal -apace, and mL-o<oLleso — Lolu.cn LhL-o 
ueaA. ioi.Lt -tun Into Lhz tens of biX.Li.oao of dotlasuo — -co ju^tL. f Led 
fo-t -thA.ee. -teaoono. The fJjooL -lea-oon Lo the. poLLtLcat benefits 
deALued. The. undeAAe.Lret.oped nattorvo of the. wo-tLd, Lite alt 
peopte, want to be. LdenLLfLed toLth -the. p-loqAe-o-oLLre naLLon<o. 
ldenLLflca>tlon Lo a quLtk of human nature. whlcJi nan ha-o had and 
-otlll wilt haue. To tlie youz-mmen-Lo of these nations, opectaca- 
La-t -opace and mLo-oLLe aclileu einento Jiep-iesent the best way. to 
-ohow the pA.oaAes<oLuene<o-o of the countAy. The -tuteAs aA.e not 
ueA-tj. Impressed by. flyuAes aJjout the ^lo-o-o llatLonal T-toJuct o-t 
TeA. CapLta Income, luL they aAe ImpAes-oed by -opace achleu -ements . 
riOLoe.ue-t LLloqA-cal thl-o may -oeem, it exists, hi -opectacutaA -opoce 
achleu ement leoutts In the >vaLslna. of ouA, pAeslLqe white a 
-oLntLla-Z. acJxLe.uzM.ent by, ouA enemtes lesutAs in the. d-topp-lnj of 
ou-t pAz-4-tlfe. but atony wLth die pAe^j vi'j.e, the LdentLfLcatlon 



of theoe anxLeAde.ue-l-op.QxL nationo with qua countAg b-tAsiao the 
opposiXunAMj. fo-t fo-tetgsi a-id and the polAAAcat tnftuence that. 
g.oeo wtth tt. Thuo, the. polAAAcat beneftto de-ttued f-tom oa-t 
<3/j ce pAogAxw. waAAant the. coot. 

fi oecond ra.o-tA.ue. fo-t the. coot t<$ the. defenoe beni-fit^ 
deAAued. The. Second Ido^Lid UaA inAJA.at.exL the. uoe of -two new 
weapons — the. atomic boinJj and the. -locket — whtch haue been com.- 
ItnexL tnto the. teAAAfg-ing weapon we. know. The. Second uJo-ttd 
lilaJL brought atoo teadeAohtp of the. (jJeo-te-ln ItJo-ttd to the. United 
States — aixd -te^ponoibttttg fo-t the psiote.cAA.on. of the. le^t of the 
Ueot--and new enmAtij. w-L-th the. Soutet Linton. Kit the.ce factor 
haue -teoatced tn the. need flo-t a ccjc new m.odeJux defenoe 
mechantom. em.plxnjA.ng -tocteto and weapono. The. opace p-togAxun. 
hao gtuesi lu> nexa -toc^v >-j and weapono, -ouch ao the, Ultnuteman 
mAs$o-iAe and the. "opg-tn-the-o Lu" oa te-ttAte., to deal wtth the. 
Soutet Linton* Thuo the. coot of the. /.-togAam hao been waAAanted 
agatn. 

bat peAhapo a. thAAxL lea-oon to \.he beneftco gained mateAAattu. 
bu. the deuetoped econoniteo of the (veot. The opace pAogAam hao 
1CAuAA.ed tn many, new pAobeo bii ocAen.ce. liexitheA oateLLLteo haue 
■tAted to -tepo-tt the weatheA fo-t be-tteA psiedA.ctA.on, ladta-tton 
oateititco ode opace ttauet oafeA fo-t the a^-Oionaato, and 

ttie 7 etotaA oatelAAAe hao opened new auenaeo of coinmunA.catA.ono 
fo-t bo-th goueAnment and. p/iAuate -Lndao-Utg. Thuo the oocAa-L bene- 
ftto gxiAned f-tom the opace pA.ogA.am. haue waAAwxted -the coot of tt, 

ThiLo the opace p-togAxun ha^ -teouVted -tn a chance to tncAeaoe 



-the, opLp.oAJMnAAA.eyCt £ol polAAAcaA and nvi.iAAa.ttj. adi/onc&A, and fia* 
pAovAded, nejj; me&jU) of. nuikAnq. ouA. iAuAag, eax>AeA,. CcAAjjAn-tij., An. 
AJie. L-ijhA ofl c/ieoe beiie.£-i.-Lo, the. coo-t o£ the. -apace. pA.oq.lam. <Lo 
jjaotAAA-ed . 



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Lexi-ci. 

Johnaon 



Twenty Centuries in Two Hundred Steps 

/y'a^A.y. one. moxntnq 1 woo awalcened flom a de,e.p -ob.e.e.p bij, the. 
§ /I dt^tant boom. of. aAAAAAeAx}. . fic> 1 became, mole, au/aJie, of. my. 
4uAA.ouncUsLgsy, 1 heaAd -the ooundU* of. maA.chA.nq, fe,e,t and baAk.e.d 
commando. 1 tea^t fA.om my. bed -to the. totndouj. HaAchlnq, -in the, 
4-Uie.et., a dAut^ton of. ktwb ^oLdteA^ ujoa enqaqed tn maneuueA^ 
by. the, hoteA,. 

Ihtss Loo* my. 4jntA.odu.CsiA.on -to Amman, captAaL cAA,y. of the. 
H.ax>linUA.e. Xtnqdom of J.o4dan. 7 he. Iiote.1. tn which 1 wa>o ^tayAnq 
ujaso con^tdeAed to be. -ciie, be^ot tn the, coiuvUuy.; tt. ioa<o about e.quat 
to a <6e.cond-cAxL4<o hoteA, tn the States. The. loom urao adequate., 
bat the. bathroom and the. cto^eA, weAe. lAAAA^e. mole. than. pocteA.- 
4t%e,. 

fifteA b/Leakfo4-t 1 de.cA.ded to ta.k,e. a touA of. the. city, of 
"JeAussatem.. h.4 7 waAked the. ■otAe.e.-oa It seemed atmo-ot a^ If 1 
weAe. beAnq <cn.nn4polt,ed back, tn tAjne.. Heau-LLy. tad en donkeys 
and omaAA, heAxLo of ohe.e.p -mod the >ctAe,eAs$ on the. way to the. 
maALet. place,. J p&o-oed. adobe. hous$ex>, open iceAAss, cobblestone. 
4tAe.eAs>i an occastonal Roman -tu^in, and fi^abo aA-e^^^ed tn tobex> 
common to die. tA/ne. of ChxAyyt. 

'JeAu^alem. Is a dtutded cAty,--both poiAAA.caA.ly, and cconomA- 
caXAy.. The. ttxso 4tdex>--one. 'Jordan and the otheA J-oixieA — a-te, 
■oepaAated by. walAs, Roadblocks, and baJibed wtsie.. The, tiao 



countnA.es aAe In a state of waA. The J-ews a<le hated fo-t takXng 
land f.A.om the fbtabs and fon. doing, oo much to Impsioue IhelA own 
countAjg. The. IsiaclA side of JeAusatem. Is entlAetu changed, 
lHheAe once, deseAA. cAopsa weAe gAowlng, now -the, naAAow donlceg.- 
Viodden s-Uiee-ls have been widened {Lot autornobtle tAaff.lc. 
SlcuscAapeAs haue Replaced -the. one—toom. mud houses*. 

It was ea^Au -in the afteAnoon wh.cn aAAAued at -the Hnab 
boldest check, point. The taxi dAAtreA said he could go no faAtheA 
with /Tie, unloaded nuj. barp-j fAom his caA t and d-toue back -to his 
-eland at. the hottl. 

fis -the bondeA g.uan.d checked oueA. mu passponA., 1 was awaAe 
of. the watchful cue* of two heaulAg aArned guards at. each side 
of the gate. Soon 1 was Infotened that j could proceed acAoss 
to the Jslaell. std.e. CaA^n^lna alt rruj. own bajsa, fo-i. no one 
was atlowed to cAoss wlAh me, 1 began walkAng. 

D stopped to change mu heauu sulA.case oueA to mu otheA. hand, 
flo D did, d luJined to tak.e a la/^t look, at 'Jordan. ivhat "J saw 
sent m.e huAAi/Ang, onwaAd. without. anotheA backuoaAd aiance! On 
the po-tches of seueAaA houses weAe machine gun ne-cts ; seueAat 
guns we,le leueled at me, just In ca^e j tAAed angt.hlng suspi- 
cious. Mij, heaAA. was pounding as 1 dossed safelg Into Israel. 

How a* 3 -look, back., the machine guns, the soldAcis, and 
the ha-Uied seemed stAanaeAxj, urtlmpoAAant, foA. In the space of 
<hA.ee minute* J cAossed th.e cenA.iiAsi.es fiom. the time of ChAtst 
to nodeAn dag.. Qone the naAAow s-Uteets, che donkeys, the maA- 
Let p-lace; Instead 1 saw highway, automobiles, ski^scAapeAA and 
depaAtMent stoA.es. yes, 1 had crossed tioentu centuAA.es In two 
hundAed steps). ^/ 




First — timer 




e enteAed the dAnqu-tookinq buAAdAnq, one of -aeveAaA, 
thAouqhout that 4e.cAA.0n. of -town. 1 had ofA.cn wond.eA.ed 
what the. tnotde of. one. of. the-oe -Looked lAke, and now 1 wa* -to 
know. "Come, on, " CaAc b-teathed cm we. cAept up the, batA.eA.ed 
and wotn wooden ^txhiAA.. H.o 1 Looked up, the, cAacked pLaA.teA 
and qA.ea.4e,- co ueAed paAnt on the, waXXA AtaAed down oa, me. wtth 
oAa* appAo oat . 

UJe yten.ch.ed the. ftn^t ftooA and -ctaAted on the. ma$e. that 
wa^ to wind to the, top and back down. <hu faA.cAnatA.on tncAea^ed 
OA) we. -ohuffted atonq, EaAc catm-bj. Ln-otAucAAnq me.. 1 envted 
fiAA) feaAteA^neA^. OccaA> to natty, an LtAneAate, fout-^metAAnq 
w-teck of a man tuAiched towaAd ua, and 1 heAd back -in feat. The. 
otd ptace <6e.zm.ed LncAedAMty. tntAAcate, and on %,eachAnq the. 
top ftoo-t J wa<o comptetettj, bewttdeAed. 7 sieaAA.%.ed that to- 
motAow 'J muA>t come, atone -into OxAa ~ ; od- folAaken ptace. exactly. 
oa, UiAc had ^hown me.. The thouaht haunted me. thA.ou.qho lit the. 
ixtqht. 

6ut the. next day. wtth fo-tced bravado 1 made. my. <iound-4 
wtth no mAAitakeA>. Idtthtn a week, the. co ti p Lextttj. a I the once- 
pA,oud, now dAAaptdated otd apasitmenA, houA>e woa> "otd 4-cujif" to 
an expeAAenced papeA botj. Like me. 



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A Storm to Remember 



fy / tie, doij. wa* -outtAy , but tt became, woA^e afteA tuncti. .OaAk, 
J ctoud-o ureAe. qatheAAJig,, and we. cau.Ld oee LiqhtrU.nq on the, 
holt^on. TheAe. weAe iumJbtex> of thundeA. In the. ea<>t a ^tAanae, 
daAk, cA,oud <>tAeak,ed eaAtJtwaid a* tf tA-ppJJiq, ton* of wateA on 
■the. busoh away acAo-44 the. ftat paddocks. The. ^to-tm. <twun-j cA.ou.nd 
ua, and, -cave -fol a few dlop.4, we had. no Aatn. But. tt wa<o 4<LLLL 
unheaAabtq ct,o<se,. be. ervteAed each town hoptnq fol a bitmnUitq, 
■Uiouqh, buA, thooe. towaAd* whtclx the, hol^e* tixAu^t thetA eaq,eA 
heacbo contaA.rL.ed. onUj. dAu. flakes of mud. Ue, weAe, totd that, the, 
neaAesot wateA ioa<4 aA. Shattn, oo we. made fo-t theAe.. '..' iseAq. 

btacL ahead of u-o. iOe. dAoue tn a autukj ct-tcMe. -ouAAounded by, a 
btack, cuAtatn. The AtiundeA became LoudeA. rlo we wanted to 
Aeach cam.fi \ the, -otoAm. bAotce, uAaed he. holoe^c at, a 

tAouqh. (He then. huAAted out of -the town and j>utA,e.d on to a ftat, 
patch that Lay. at the, foot of a b ante besotde. t/ie -load. It wa<4 
dAu, and haAd and cA<Lct4-cAo<>4ed w-i ^u.'.Uj of. 

wtnd -opAanq, up. They. we,Ae ^pa^modtc and poweAfut. The,y loaned 
LtLe woLue/j acAoso tfie, pla-in, ^kAAttixq tlie, caAauan tn inonent^ 
of calm., then tuAJiAn.-i and Aactn uo tn a fuAy. The,y. 

Leaped a<o tf to beat u-o down, then laced away ag.aA.n,. flcAo<o<3 
■che >cho 1 could -oee tfr LLke, an ^ no->un,ou4 

duAt ctoud. Behtnd tt, tn tome. bttteA aAena, expLo^tue, clacks 



and dutt, thu.ndeAou4 blow* heiatded a conjL-Llct ore cou.Ld not <aee. 
j.ot -the. hoSL-jSsO out, the. no^ehai^ on, the catyLo cooeAed. Then, 
-the. -ctonjn -amuck. iuy. In a inomerU. we. uje.le. ureA. thAouah. JheAe. 
wo* no pcUAe.'lAJXj o£ dAop^c. Some ^h.aAA.eA?.d JL&oeAuo<lA o/ the. 
^ktj. had ttp.ped i.t^> contervt^ on u^o. Biea-thU.no. wo* dtfiftcutA., 
lie. btwndeJied. to the. caAxtuan and £esLL thAouah the. doo-t ao <L{. 
oaue.d fLtom, dJioujnA.no., 

Jnotde. oua catatsan, u/e. [louixd ouA btanke.u$ and aLL otheA 
heddtnq. ooakexL uo-ith usatcii. lie, could f.tnd no lefuqe. {.Aom the. 
ne.exLle<6 o£ -tatn that came, ^hoo < caAauan. 




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'• can^cquejvtly a >lo' ; 



Essay on Chickens 




can aiwai^o temcmbex, wheix my mobheA u^eA bo dAay me down- 
town bo abb tho-oe cheeky ben-cent 4bo4,ex> when Ld^beA 
tbjne came. -lobbiny alound. The. f.tA^b place I'd jo would be. 
-to 4e.a -tho^e <$bupbd ctU.ck.erh4. 7 <c>uA,e don't, know why, but. bb 
abway^ -tote. me. up -to -oee them. SomebimeA 7 even cAbed a 
bbbbbe, bust don' b tebb anybody. Hobody leabiy undeA^-tand^ , 
box. the. acbuab tAuth <Lo, nobody tcatAjy caAe^. 7 : iean bhey 
don't. caAe bf. they -obbek one. of. tho-oe bou^y needier bnt,o one, 
of. bho^e 4-tupid chicken* ywob -to LuAn them a p^e-btij. cobo-t. 
Bby deab, oo you buy. a bbue chtck.cn iivcbead of, a yeLLow one. 
7 yueoA bb qbueA bhe/n a teat, chaAae. -to bake a blue, chicken 
home -to Aome bsia-oty hid jwot bo oee what, he' bL oay. 7 mean 
■the Lid Jteabby caieo. He' bb pAobabbu *hub bb up bn the mbtk 
box and bhen Abb on tJie bid bike 7 once dbd bo bhbA lea I 
dumb cab and the Lid wbbb [j/iobabby habe. the bbue chicken. 

/bu^how, abb tho<$e cJUcken* abxsay* booked hunqAJU. Some- 
bbmeA bheij. had leab AcAawny necLo and bhe fcatheA* weAe abb 
eaben away and they always cAawbed abL oueA each otheA -Ciybny 
■to keep waAm because, of, -thab phony biyht, bivbb. One bbme 7 
woa wa-cchiny them and 7 oow about, OiAee thai weAe dead. Boy, 
7 <ieabby yob mad. 7 -tan up bo -oome webtd-iookinj -oaLe^abAb 
ana At.aA.bed Ixbbtbny heA. That, didn't, ba^b bona because, mi 



mother came- pretty, fact, but man, wo* 7 burned, lio bidding., 
7 tlU.nL that wo* the ^.otteneot thing. 7 ' ve e.veA. -ceen. The 
le*t op the chlckena weJte ^te^plng all oveA. the ttvtee dead 
one* and that leatly, billed me,. 7 mean, how cAummy. can you. 
get? 

Do uou know who- thejj. have, all thooe colored chicken*? They, 
have. -them. because theij. want to make. *ome money., aivd Ifl then, 
dye. them, people wtli be. leal tmpAe**ed and. buy. a flexo. Some- 
time* 7 think. people axe jja*t a* stupid a* chicken*. Have 
\f0u. eveA. noticed how easily. people aA.e lm.pAe**ed? It t$ 
lealln a cinch, but. It atway* make* me. bind of. oleic. 7 mean 
It Neatly. bill* me. to <jee how phomj. people, axe. Oh well, I'm 
getttna leal deple**c>d thlnbing about thote. stupid chicken* 
and people. (i* 7 look, back., tliouqh, 7 lememJjeA, pA.omt*lng nuj.- 
*etp Uxat *ome da a. when 7 have Late of monen , I'm going down 
to that cheeky ocoie and buy the uglle*t, *cAawixlesol, and 
dambe*t chicken* 7 cat f.tnd. Then j f m -ronna take. them, home 
and let. them ail fixed up. Ilo biddln' , 7 will *ome day., too. 



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OU^H 




hat io in. a qVU. 1 '<$ taatleA.? The^e. fat, icctaixaulaA con- 
-tAaptlono <Jiat iAaU calAij. contain. e.veAjjAhing f*.om plctuAess of 
theAA favoxAAe. be.au* to bobby, pijvc. On -the. pAacAAcal oide, one. 
find* ouch important papeA* ao inouAon.ce, ca-ldo, d^lueA'o llcenoe,, 
clab and oocAeAu membciohAp caAdo, acAM/lAu and dinAug hull caAdo, 
and ooclal <3e.cwu.tj caxd*. Then. theA.e. aAe. ail tfiooe p^ictuAe* 
that came. {Acorn vaAAed oouacco. Luesi the doesn't know why one. 
keep* them. LeA'o not foXjgeA, the. ocAapo of. chewing gum papeJt 
that a ope.cial guy, gave. heA. on a ope.ci.ai rvi , and aloo tha-t 
note, thai Su*le. paooed heA. in Spanish ieJJAna all abouA Johnnie 'o 
big. blood ohouldeJi*. Of coulee, ohe.' U, ne.ueA. be. able, to cxpluin 
hour thai d^led f-loweA woo put in with Joey'* plctuAe. not why. 
theAe. i* U.p*tA.ck on the. window that holdo Bobby 'o plctnte. not 
how the. xuotij, bobby, pin wa* not joiAh JanAe.' o pActuuie.. Loot 
come* tixe. monej. The-te. io usually not too much of iA.. But 
then., it!* mole, fun to have, loom fol the*e. olheJt eooesUA.aU. 



ncuy?-n^ /\, ^(H&y&Y 



Bach and Handel 




he. cutmAnaLion of the. Baroque, peAAod of maotc -lo X.e.p le,- 

oenced in -the. wo-tlcs* of two nsic.at r ,eAman maotei^: 'Johann 
Se.ba*tAan Bach (1685-1750) and Qejo4.g,e. T*.ede.*AcL hande.1 (1685-1759) 
KL-thowpi both weAe, ^eArnan bij biAAh, theAAi nuio Ac he 4 combined a LI 
nattonaL ochaoLo and -ottjleso. 

Bach -opent fiLo eniAAe. LLfe. wt-thin a q.e,o jxaphicaA a-tea of 
abouA a ^o-ttu-iruAe. -ladAu^. He woo ueAij. much of a famLLu. man, 
who bij. two oacce^otue. wtue^ had twentu. chALdAen. HLo Life, wcm 
LaAq.eA,u conceAned wtth -omaLL commonpLace. p-tobleMo. Bach had 
ouch a Lonq Line. of. musical ance^tAq, that in ycAnianu. any. 
nuusCxLcLan wao apt to be -te.feAA.ed to a-o "a bach". 

HandeA opent La-tqe pa>vLc of hio life in ^eAmam/, lU'Lu., 
and Lha,Lcnd. ^e, ne,ueA maAiAed and ne.tr eA oe.e.me.d to ne.ed 
dom&otAc Life.. He. had no muoAcal ancesitALj., and moot of hLc Life. 
centeAed astound, big, uentuAeA. 

Uf the. two de.uou.tAxj. ■te.lA'jLou^ men, HandeA tuao note mundane., 
p.ompouo, and Loldu.; BacJi wa*> q,eneAaLtu, mole hurnbLe,. It La a 
cuaAooo coincLdence. of faAe, that, both thex>e, qAeat maoteA^a ended 
theAA Lax>t uexvu* in bLindri.^o . 

HandeA' o plAncAp/xl contAAMuAAono a^e in opeAa, r jf which 
he, w-tote, fo-ttu.-thAe,e., and in 0-iato-tA.o, of, which lie. w-tote, 
twentu-oeuen. Bach' o muotcut outpu-i wao chiefly, in chuActi muoic. 



Ht<4 ryizcut veJu>atJAAA,a can be. -seen -Lf one. tooLo at the. -Long Itsot 
of nwuotc. otheA -than. tit* leAA,qA,oiL4 ntwotc.* 

Iwo of oua gA.eai.esot on.aA.oAA.o-o aAe. Bach' -o B UltnoX. Ma4<o, 
and Hand e^L' 4 WeA^tah. J tie. ihe^^tah uroo wlAAA.en. tn about twenAjj,- 
two daij^o . 

In the. eivLLte fu.4tox.ij. of mu^tc,, no turo compo^eA^ liaue, con- 
VtAJbubiexL rnoJie. -to -the, qAexit X,eAA.qA,ouL<i mu-otc of the,. laolAd than 
Bach and Handel., Todwj., cuj olexiAMj. a^o when. theAA mxL4teApA.e.ces$ 
ueA,e. ftAot C'leaALe-d, theAA. ma-j.e^tAc mxi^tc <6[±eak<4 to luj of Qod. 
and tfie ttfe. of the, SplAlt. 



/VO^tcL /SteX^L6U<L/ 



hat dc -ar , untune thaA , 

Hnd liaAt what dt^co-td 

'te. 



Live Fully in the Present 

/lyjccau^e. man ts$ a fLAnAAe, beAna t he. f.tnd<6 tt dt£ jUAcuAt to Live, 
/ (1 tn the, p/Le/jejvt, Ra-theA. titan taktnq each- 4te,p ajx -Li/!- e <zo tt 
co«.eo, man thtnko ahexid and aALe^npt^ to make. de.cActon-3 be.{.ote. 
t/ie. <yiu.ctasL moment ha-c e,uen psiesoente.d tt^ceAf . EjlAcK 7<tomm, tn 
the. eAoaij. "The, ftbacAA.ce. of, an Alt" , aAAAAbuAe.4 thA* aAA.em.fxt to 
iAoe, the. f.atuA.e. tn. the, pA.eA>enA to a tack. of. the. abtlAtij. to con- 
centrate.. He. ^atj-o : 

Jo be. concentrated mean* to ttue fLutiq. tn the. pA.e,- 
4ent, tn the. heA,e. and now, and not to think of, th.e. 
next thtnq to be. done.* uJhtte. 1 wn dotna -oomeAhtnq 
lAqhA now. . . .jf, one, doe* not know thxit e,ueAqAhAnq 
hao tt4 lime, and wants* to /.otce, thtnq^, then tnd 
one. wttt ne.ueA. succeed tn le.comtnq concentrated. . . 

d* thtAi tack )f, concenAJtatton^ tnen, the. ba^tc reason why. 
man pincLo tA, 40 dtfl^AcuAt to Vive tn the. pA,e^ent? 'PeAhapss 40 . 
Ltren heA.e at C fl. C. one. can />ee e.utdenceA> that thA<$ may. be, 
ftue.. 7/ a -6tude.nA t<4 not apptytna htnvoe^ifl to hA-6 fattest 
capactAUf of. tf he. <Lc dA^^aAAaftcd wtth hto work o-t hAo 
enirtsionmenA,, then tA <Ia> hard f.or htm. ao ke.e,p hAo mtnd dA^ct- 
pLAne,d to the. matn ta^k at cdLLe,qc — <$tud.u.. There.flore, be.cau^>c 
he. tA> dA4<oatA>6fiAed wtth the. H reA>ent t he. woiAAes> ahout the. {LuAmie.. 
The. flutuJie. tumatUj. -ceejiiA) mo-'ie. brtqht and pA.omActnq Al\an the, 
btexak psiesoent. 

Of couJute, thAo de^-Oie. to know aivi decAde. the, fxiAare, -La 



pAcuatent in e,ueAij\. phaoe. of. ouA. Live* — in oua ftnancict matAeA*, 
qua. bu*Ane** concern*, ouA toue tAfe. — but ex>pecAaAUj. in oua, 
-o pAAitaaA iAvc*. If one, A* to ^eceii/e ledemptAon and compAeAe 
*atvaiAon, he, mu*t con14st.eA.eAu. and whoiAu conoccAxite fiim^eAf and 
hA* futuAe, to the Lo-td. Ifiheix fie. make* thi* commAAMient he /km 
e**enAA,atAju *aid f "Loxd, 7 take. mu hand* off mu <LLfLe, — pAc*ent 
and {.utxiAe.. y.ou take, what 1 am ajxd do with me what l/ou know 
A* beat jLoA. mu. tAfe. " Then, *houtd the ChAA*tAan wotAi; ot fAeA 
about what. AAe* be.ij.ond the ne.xt bend An the. -toad of tAfe.? Ho. 
Bat does) he wo-iAu? 1 am. af-taAd too manu. do. fi.lAhou.jh Af one. 
ha* become, a ChAA.4tA.an he, ha* a *en*e of peace, and w etA-beAng 
■in knowing, ^ueAuAhAnq. wiAA, wo-tk out fo-t hi* I , ueA hi* 

■fAnAAe. mind -coo often AAic* to dA.oc.pAJi wheAe the Lo-td to teadinq. 
him. and wfxat de.cOoi.on the. Lo-td wiAA haue him take, in the {.uAuAz. 

So in the. finat a/xa-L/*A* t AhA* iJxabALAtij to tAue in the. 
pAe*en<, could, be (Aaced -co a tack of concenAAa-tAcn. Jo-t Af 
one. A* compAeteAu enqA.o**ed in the wo-tk which demand* hi* 
otAenAAon at pAe^enA, theAe Aa no AAme, to pondeA the, {.uAuAe. 
And thi* {.act A* ceA-taAn: oua {.utxiAe and -it* *ucces>* A* ba*ed 
on the. accomplA*hmenL* of the. p-zessen-L. da-te we. aJLLow ouA 
eaAne*A concentration <,o a ' oeA.1 on the. {.uAuAe. -tatheA -than -die. 
pAe*ent? JZeaAAu, mxin ha* no fuAuAe.. He ha* onhj the pAe*e.nA. 



iQi^l6t^> /{Izi^U^y 



On Sitting Down 



Si am one of tliese -LndA.uAjd.ac Ls who en^oij-o watching, the human. 
)r Aace. The. pAoces* bu which uaAAous members of. out 4ae.cA.esi 
4 it down. i* -indeed. inUiAqitAnq . 

Often 7 -ait back, on a bu<6, -o LAeetcaA, oa -oubwau and watch 
pas-oenqeAs entcA, ^au, cheiA faAe, and 4-Lt. down. H. tatheA obe^e 
woman enteAs and as^wnes the. position to tak.e heA ^eat. tifteA 
waddtAjig. up. to the. 4 cat. and tAansfeAAAftq hex weiqJit euenAju to 
both feet, -ohe tuAns aAound, Looks at tiie ^eai, tuAns foAwaAd 
agaAn., tooks at, heA. audience, pubis up heA aLAaa, a 'wee.' bit, 
maLes a pt • foA tiie 4eat, — then. Aiq.hs with AeiAef. Sometimes 

the. obese woman, upon as^uminq, heA -aea , ' ind<6 on top of. the bap 

f the peAson next to heA.. hotlx qet up, led in, the face, as 
tiie obese woman, weiqlvinq 300 pounds, and the maubed pas^enqeA, 
weiqhinq onbj 725 pounds, ask, each otheA if ^he is huAt. Of 
couAse eiiheA is* -too embaAAas-oed t.o mention heA injJuAies. 

fi woALeA is a new specimen -co ob^eAue on yubblc tAans- 
poAAatLon. d man, qAea^e-coueAed f-tom hejad to foot, caAAuinq a 
maAAed -Lunch box aixd weaAinq peAspiAa.tion-d.jap clothes, witt 
Look, ait aAound, put his Lunch box on the -beat, tate out a comb 
and comb hi-o haiA, put -LA. back, in hi-o pocket, took aAound once 
moAc, -Lift up his tunch box, arid obi, down. Hi* eij.es then pecA 
oueA at the new-opapeA of the peAson -oittinq, next to Ixim. with his 



bittatng eyex) he Look* mon,e ttke one who con.-j.ot -to weaA hto bl- 
f,oca.La. 

Tnom the wtndon: 3 -oee a dettcate, eideA,U/ wom.an, ■ctmnb-Lin.'j. 
toward* the. doon, wtth heA cane.. HeA. featuAea -chow concern and 
pe n,feCsLLon -in eueAy. aspect of. heA. Life. She. approaches! -the. fiaAe 
■box, omtteA tweedy at -the. opeA.aA.ol on, c-ond.ucA.on., ax> -the. whote 
oehtcte watt4 {.0%. heA to take. off. heA aloue and pat tn heA change.. 
Idheix -ahe 1ea.ch.ex> the. -oea-t <$he 4a>i*y "C^ood dag" to the. pe.n^orui on 
ettheA. 4-lde. of hc>% ustpcss off tth heA. handLeAchtef , 

and 4ct4 down. 

Chtidten aJte. aLwaij^ the. centeA. of a-ttiac<.ton. If they, come, 
tn pocico of bogs), ?n,e fon, an a.-LtacL, 1-f they, ale. both 

gtA-lso and bou-4, you. ale. bound to see a Ltueig. -ohow . ten. 1 

liaue oe<m fouA on. ftue LLttL .; ojrvteA a -tnatn, chewtng gum 

■Lttce inuck-dnA-veA-o, tatting and foLL'Xf tn the^lA. bogt-oh mamxeA. 
The j -.hjue, each otheA. an.ound, punchtng and httLing one. anotheA, 
iuvLLt the. woman. next to the. fought-oueA, -oeat -co coi/eAtng, heA 
ege^o. TtriatAjLj. ax) the. tnatn jeA.lc4 to a <otop, thA,ee aA,e tn the. 
two oaata, -the. one on, cwo others an.e on the ftoon., cttngtng to 
eacii ott-ieA,, The woman umo had heA. hand oveA. heA. eyeo to ohoued 
oueA, onto u/ie dtgntfted, elAAe, gentteman who -to <otttAjtg next 
to heA,, who tn tuAn ts> thAxi^t oueA. on top of <aome ttn,ed old 
wolktng man who -co VujA,ng to take a mtd-eoentng onooj-z* 3f gtnU/3 
an,e among, the cAowd, tfieAe Vx) bound to be some ' -ohowtng off. 
One day. J n,em.embeA oe,etng a cAowd of -jtAi^ and bog -6 enteA. the 



^uburaij. -Oiatn, OnLij. two of, -the, e^tqJxA, tn the. qJiou^ cou Id {And 
■oeatA. The. botjsd tn -the, Cstoujd -ohimMted up. and down, the. potesc 
tn the. centeA. ofL the. a-Lole.. The. 7-62X0 tueAe. LauqJhtnq. and AacAnq 
■back. and. JLo-bth pAautng. tag a id e.xchangAnq -cexit* to-LUx the, bou^ 
who weAe, otAAAnq. d.own. At tnteA.uaA^o they. ueAAe.d at uoaAoua 
paAoenq-eA/j seated neaA. them.: "Oh, 4he.'<6 pA.e.ttu! l^n't -o/ie 
agA,ij.-" HcAuuaAAq., tt was* a,LL qutAe. enAAqhtentnq . 

D have, not rn.enAA.oned the. bu^tne^o man, the. fo-ttotn hou^e.- 
ivtfie, w-LLh hex hatAi -in -tot^LeA^ , o-l the. cAtu hoboo. 7 haue, Le.fA. 
thesse. £01 aou. to ob^e-tue, <oomedaij., ainona^t t/ie. obe^e, woman, the, 
woA.k.eX, the. e,LdeA,ta wroman, and the. chttdAen. u/haA a tA/ne. uou. 
wtAA. haue.! 



CjCXsco-^. CaL. 



ic <L- , ao-t 4ound. 



Why Not a Perfect World P 




S7 / oA. many. centuAtesO -ochoLaA^o and phLAo^opheAss have, denounced 
/j mankAnd and z.he. wo AAA of thetA eAa. iiianu. have, advocated 
that man can cA.eaA.e-, <6oLe.Ly thA-ouipi hto own etlfoAAss and A.ea4on- 
tng, a peAtlect woAtd. Some. have, put foAAJx the.oAAe.'H foA 
aclxeAvtna. tht^o goat; otheA^ have, applAed thetA conccu-Ui, at 
te.a<ot on a ^matt <>caLe. BA,ook 7 a Am, a few nit eo (A.om Boston, 
waa one. -oucA appLtcaAAon of TouAteA.'* pLan {Lot a utopta, 1 
beAtcve. the. baotc Aea^on that 4uch "peA.fie.cA. woaLxLo" have. 
LncvLtabLu patted and the. (.undam.enA.aL A.e.aoon ttiat ana ea.AAJiLu. 
uAopta wtLL ne,veA pAxibabLu 4ucce.ed Ltex> tn the. tm.peA.fe.ctA.on of. 
man hAn^cLf, 

J-Uvot of. alt, Let. me. pA.opo^e. what 1 ficeA woutd be. tiie. 
chaA£LcA.eAAA>tA.CA of a peA-fect woaAA, Ihoot LmpoAtan-c, theAe, 
wouAd be. adequate. 4ii4tenance. foA. cveAi^one,. SccondAjj., theAe. 
woutd be. a unAveA^aL feeAtna. of bAotheAhood; ftJuit, alt woutd 
Aex>pe.ct, Love., and pAotcct exich otheA, thiuo ahoLt^htnq. cAtme. 
and dt^hone^t 1 ; ; second, atl woutd aqAce. upon the maj-oA. -^<ou.es3 
of Life, thu-o dotaa. away, wtth de^tAuctAve oppoolAAon and vto- 
Lent dAAi^en^Lon; -chiAd, theAe. would be untveA^aL eauatttu. of 
■oocAaL, polAAAcal, fAnanctal, educattonat, and LaboA, <otaA.U4. 

human natuAe. Involves the. LmpeAtlecAAon of. the. mind, Ae.- 
-oulAAnq fA.om tnheAent oA LnheAAted mentaL tnjapAAAu.de. and fAom 



de.fe.cAA.ue. and inadequate inte.LLe.CA.ua L de.ve~Lopm.esvt. Ejwen. the, 
man of aueAaqe. 4jvce.LLLq.en0e, Lo incapaMLe. of uiewing, mo^t 
-situation* Ln a puA.eA.tj. obsLe.cti.ue. manneA be.ca.U4e. of. hLo 4ub- 
j.e.cAA.on -co pA.eypadA.ce. and fauLtij LogAc de.ueA.ope,d p>iAmaAAA,u. 
duAinq. tvLo eaALAel LeaArvLnq ueaA4. 

lm.peAyLe.cJA.on ex-L$t4 not onLu, in -c/ie irvind but atsoo in the, 
ueAu. 40uL of man. The, B-Lbte, d&4CAALe4 nan ao an innatctij. 
de.pAaued cAeatuAe. and ejn.pha4-L3.eso pasiAsLcu.Lasi.Lu hLo oeA-fAsofinesi-j . 
ThtA.ough.out h-Lo Life., man manLfe4<^ thi4 4e.Lf-c4h nature.. Luen 
the. young, chAAd wilt snatch and hoaAd h-L4 pi aq mate.' 4 toq4 
j.U4t be.cau.4e. he. dex>iA.e/j ■them. Loft hvcnvieAsf. OvvLolvcLj , thvL4 
ba4ic na-cuAe. do&o not di4appeaA e,uen though i-t find* dALfeAexvt 
meano of e-xpAe/j^ion. The, AmeAAcan bu4<Lne44man doesn't 4et up 
an indu4-iAq 01 of -fi.ee. tn a fo-teAqn countAq tn oideA to im.pA.oue. 
■that counAA.u'4 e.cono/ruj. oft to taLoe, -Lt4 LLuing. 4tandaid4 
commesviuAa-te. wtth hA4 own, but to make, pn.0fA.t4 and to expLoit 
ttiat naAAon' 4 -tc40uAce4. Too manxj. a-te. LLLe. UandeAJjiLt, one. of. 
RmeAAca' 4 indu4tnA.aL pAone.eA4, who adrnttted that, he. nought 
La-tqeA. pAofiAAy and caAed nothing, {Lot the. pubLLc we,Lfa-te. 

titan' 4 ■LmpeAfe.cAA.orvo would, 1 be.Lie.ue,, ne.cesC4ita.tp. the. 
existence, of cc-^ain condAtAon4 ■LncompatAMLe. w-Lth ma conce.pt 
of a peAfcct wo-ttd. The. fceAAnq of inadcquaaq. -La one. -tesouLt 
of. mentat -Lm.peJLfe.ctA.on. Thu4, man desotless a. LeadeA who -Lc 
mole. menAxvLLa aLeAA. than mo-ct otheJt pcopLe.. ObuiousoLj , 
poLitAca-L cquaAAtq cea4C4 when ttvLo desoiAe. -L4 fusLf-LLLed. 



HnotheA corv6e.Cfiien.ce. of menAxU. f-tatitij -La the. em.eAq.en.ce. of 
Wie.con.CA. La bte. potnt-o of utexu whtch. -cne.u4A.cd) Lu Lead -to sortie. 
de.qAe.e- of. dbi44en<$Lon. Thi* ■attuatA.on ujouLd u to Late, the. 
h-totheAhood con.ce.pA. of. mu utopLa. 

7iom 4eJ^f*Lohsies64 le^uLt^ the. -otate. tn wliLch -oome. Lake, 
aduantaqe. of -LheAji feJ-louj men. in. the. aLtaAjVTient. of weaLtk, 
■otatusi, ol e.uen -in, the. d-i^tALhuLLon of molt. IvLL/iout le^tAaLnt^ , 
how couLd cquciL fAj\ancLaL % -loctaL, o-t LaJjo-t -otatu* he. maAjiLaLned. 
when. <mc/i a human, tn.cttna.oion ex-Lots^'? 

In -cpLLe. of hunan. LLmLtatton, man contLnue^ thAouqh 
ipjioonLna to ^oeaAch f.o-1 a. mean* to a peA.fe.ct uiO'lLd. H.0Loe.ueA, 
1 fe.eX thcut because, man La man, IiLa 4eaicl\ -temaLn* futLLe.. 




Hm.:2AA I , 

The context catoL^ J heaA. 

itman. 



Knock on Wood 




lepe on the dooil UeXX, what else could ij.au expect? A 
mXAJiol was broken In that house less than a tao! Be 

caJteful! Today I* Tilda y Uxe thlAXeenth. Don't walk. undeA 
that ladder! It's bad. Luck to puA an, unbieXXa up In the. 
house. Don't touch that toed. It'll qXue you waAts! 

SupeAolXXXons. Th . m to be. so muc/i a paAX of oua 

cuXXuAe that theuj. wlXX foieveA. exist In tl\e mXnds of. at 
least a few people. tihe.tlieA. 4p.ok.en. of. seAXoasUj. ol a* a 
jok-e., supeAstXtlons ale. passed. fJiom. g.ene,latXon leAatXon. 

uJho would think, of doing, away, wlAJi them cjom.pJLeA.zXy ? 

Idhat many, do not leall^e U that they ale based upon the 
fallacy, of mistaken caudal lelatlonshXp. That -Is, a fallacy, 
of associating, a false cause. wlXh a gXven e[ 

une age-old supeAstltlon of this type is that boasting, of 
aood fortune wlXL biXng ceAXaln distaste*,. To* Instance, one 
who boasts of not having, been sick fol a ueaA must "knock on 
wood." to wold off evil spXllls. On. one has been especially, 
fortunate fol a few weeks but Is fearful of sayXng. amjAMXng 
about It lest a disaster oueAXaLe hint. 

Li filend once told me of his theoUj. that good fortune 
caused bad fortune. ns he cUaue along, one day -thlnkXng. of how 
will eucAtjAJujig. had been g.olng., he told himself , "Old boy, y.ou' le 



"^ ^°* a "Sate enour ' ' told Tie, '7. a A ,; ; j aren^ 

-to a 'tace ar-6t/>. oo/t: la**, tuco vu> on a bet." (7 tic 

{AAA*, he had made of that Und). "That plover," oald he., "tl 
jd fotAune bAlna* with It bad lack." 

Oi lo evident that thlo tape of teaaonlna I* weak. It <A 
booed apart a ; c t (/.-. 3 c^, 

jood fo^Uuca. Jhlle bad fortune, won ' ' ]0a 

fortune. In I , ■ i* no ,f that the i 

effect leAxLCLorvotvii . 

1 aryiec too '■ ; , 7;; ■ 

follow eacfi o. a oucaM/jtoa. Tax, tru, . 

an "up" without having, a "do n" to Jke 

Lc fact that they ocean. *lmu Ltaneoi lae^n't make on 

cauoc and -die otheA the effect. 

% intend flAJulu hold* to hi* the -f. caaae, and ef 

lut hi* application to ca^e woo ptobablu a 

*^ u ' • not take I cJiance of losing tvU 

" l011 ^ ' , , ia It 

on tvU jood fortune he wo , 0u;n 

Ho* i* ma fnAend alone la tl ^e 

I of raying, -too inach about qua pood j o-iAune le^-t It be 
taken away. Th , ' may. < to d-Ul.Llc - ae ale jUIL 

a bit hcoltan-L to begin dLUpsiouA. t foi feaA I 

be (toe. 

So aA la with alt -oupcAA-tlAAoruj. 'He may, accept diem, de- 
fect them, because of thelA. fallacies, o*. Ignoze them. II 
rened the U lokc a mlAAoJL? 



Of^7l<icL 3/£jt<?ruucJ^ 



Why Cuba P 



*J/ he. Cuban caAaIa , -lllce. aAA de.ue.lopment^ of hA^to^va., aio^e. 

plant mamj. contAAbutAnq facAol^, Howe,ueA, miLch of the. blame. 
iZsQtsi on the. faltuAe. of. out. own fo-teAqn potlcu -to maAnta-ln a 
cen-Uiat con^t^tencju. between, wold and. deed and to make, a dViect 
appeal -to the peopAe of the. otheA. natAono. 

tie. falAed, by. Long, Incon* latency, and, ne.qA.ecst, to -teach the. 
Cuban peopAe the. ^pAjiAt and uaAueA of. democAadc goueAnment. 
IheAefoie, afteA. the. accei^lon of Ca^otAo, then acce.pt.ed the 
pA-omAoe of Alch men' A> lands* ax> a. /^ab^^AAuAe fo-t eteou'ofw, -oo- 
clatAA>m In. the. place, of. peAssonat -lnde.pejvden.ee., and fAnatAu, Com- 
munism la exchange fox. natAonaA InteqAlAu. 

tie. failed, whAle defending batAota a^o an antA-Communlsot 
and IqnonAng hi* domestic poiAcAes, to win the. confidence, of 
the. Cubans to ouA^elues as champions of. ■LlbeAstu., Then could 
not teconclAe oua ap.pA.oual of such a ruthless tegAine with the 
Ideals of demo cam cu we. supposed-lu aduocated. 

tie. falAed, while, pairing oat line, fol Cas-tAo fiom which to 
constAuct his own noose, to hold the. ftAst line of comfrU.tm.esU. 
-co the. iTlunAoe uoctAAne. It defined Communism as j.ust as much. 
foreign InteAuentAon as CzaA KlexandeA* s ukase cortceAnlng the. 
UAeq.on Coast In 1823 curd consldeAa<lij. mote than the. Venezuelan 
■blockade, of 1902, Thus was -the. Kremlin en.couA.aq.ed to botdtij 
assault oua fJteshlu wounded woAd. 



tile. fobbed, whbbe cAbnatng. undeA. -the, thAea^t of a Anted ctxuoheso 
wtth Sovbet, Vtoopx>, to SLeafftAM the vabtdbtu of ova. ftX.edq.exi when 
the Uofxo* bvbbt -the watt. 

We fobbed, whbbe hbdtnq, behbnd a papeA a-o^Wumce and doda- 
thg fAom the pAoopecA, of. anotheA, bboodu Xo-tea £01 a -pin.at,e pAb^e, 
to *how that ova rno^t ootemntu A,epeabed pAoml-oe* wesie 4acA.ed 
to LUi — to ohouj that we valued fAeedom of <oe.ven mbtbton peopte 
and <the ^eauAbtu. of mbbbbon* male. 

Ide fobbed, whbbe wbnntng a 40 -cabbed aAeat dtpbo matte, vtc- 
toAju, fAuntbcaMlu cLOspo^tng, of, a buddbng. cAb^t*, and covAAJjtg 
a poweA^fvt neutAub, to ■chow that we. appreciated the uio^t eb,e- 
rn.entaA.ij. pAbncbptex) of j.Vs$ttce, no*, to rn.entA.on out. albbe^o and 
thebA fAbendohtp. 

we faulted, whbbe cto^tng. ova. ene^o and <tattlnq. vaqveAb-exi, 
to *how any. actbve tncblnutbon to defend tfie bbfe of the i)oc- 
tAbne of 1623 when Sovbeb. aAmx> and technbctasiA begun to ftood 
oat -Intend nebghboA,. "TheAe tx> no bmmecbtate cawoe foA, conce>m, " 
we -oabd. 

Then we weAe <$tuAbJ,ed and shocked when KhAwohchev cto^ed 
tn foA, tfie. coup de gAuce. by. ^ettbng. the technbebanxt -co unpack.- 
bng. the weuponxt. we fobbed, 40 we have Cuba. How, bu dAjoobbc 
actbon of qve^tbonabbe etbitos, we abcem.pt to undo alt, the haAm 
we have done to ova veAlal cAedbt tn Cvbia, 1 e-tbln, Lao<$, "JAxm, 
and the woAbd — to -ohow what we mean, to <oau. Bub we. nuot atxto 
mend ova. waij^o oA we wtbt have mole Cubaxj tn the fatuAe. 



tJZ/M^-tt jT^t^sfyA^ 



Mission Service 




hen 1 a/ax) cm ted to tea J the <$tnqAjxq. at a minion in South 

bo <$ ton 1 had mixed ejn.oiA.orui . 1 wanted to he-L/j peopte 
find QvvLot and yet 1 wa<$ urxeeAtjain Jiu>t what -the, ■ottua-Vion 
woutd. be ti.te. But cu> J had Led 4<inqtnq many, £ami&a before 7 
-oatd. 7 wouJjd thi^ tim.e. 

The, meeting wo* he-Ld. in a ■cmatt. fisuit-fLLooA. loom in a 
IxL^vye apaAAjnent buitxting. It wa4 height in the, middLe of. the 
<<>tum section wheAe. eueJiiiAJxirij wa^ dttab and diAty. The. loom, 
had two bi/ht^ 4U4p ended by f stayed eond^ and. the.'.', wa-o at^ao one 
gtcjAsing Light diJieciMj. oue/t the demote up fjiont. On one ■oide of 
the loom wao a pA.ano which ■ooand.ed o<> tf it had ( een tuned 
about ten yeaA^ ago . TheAe was atoo a babte Loaded with 
<oandwtche4 that tooted, by. the way the biead Ixad ousted away 
fA,om t.he baLoney, a* if they, had been made 4<inc.e mo^uxinq. 7 he 
fJA.e<a wen,e feasting, on -Uiem. Be^tde the tabLe wa^ an old. ga<o 
4toue which, had. two pot^ of. coffe.e on it. The chaAJui weAe 
<>et in iAAe.gutaA >\ow4 witlx a naAAow wuLkxeay down one oide. On 
the watt wa-6 a. faded ptctuAe. of ChAiu,i and at^o a pAjxque u. i 
a btbte ueA^e on it. 

liio-ot of. the men weAe theAe when we aAAiued. They, weAe 
dA.e4<$ed in an odd ■< i^o-ttment of ctothing, di-ttj. and. xaaaed. 
Some of the men had hotex> in thei.1 4hoe* and most of them needed 



a <o have, and a hatAicut, (dhen we 4LaAA,ed 4tnaAnq a {Lew of -the. 
men. J.otaed tn. t bu,L the. malo^AAq of them, f.U4t 4at uUth AbeAA. 
kead4 down. oi the,ij- 4tepA, /ILL of them, had a de.j-ecA.exL Look. on. 
theAx face* a<o Lf aLL bope. woo Lo4t. One of. the. men. 4LttAnq 
dAA.e,cAAu. in fAonA. of. the 4-tarud wa4 orvly about twenA.ij.-one. uexisui 
oLd, ueA hA4 face, 4caAA-ed and w tAnlcled , made htm. Look. macJx 
oLdeA., !Ro4t of. thex>e, men. bad tanned to dltnk. to dsiown theAA. 
■Oioabtesi, hat instead they, had ontij. LncA.ea4eA theAjt. 4affeA' 
unttt tbexy had gone 40 tow that they seemed almost hope.ie^4, 
BuAAnq the. me^4aqe, a few of. them. lA4tr>ned and Ahe lesit 
4Le.pt, lhe.ii 4e.emed to be a LL<LtLe mote aAAentAve. when the. 
4peate/L totd them how Qod oouLd laLAte. them up out. of theAn. mAsseAy. 
Lf Abeij wouAd have fatch in HAm, 7 wo of them /ieqae4ted psuXjeA. 
duAAnq the LnvLLa,tAon. 7 be. eJcpeAAence. of 4eeAnq thex>e men and 
tbe e.ffecA4 of 4tn on. tbeAA. LLuex> -fluty made me <lealA e. aflesoh 
the ledempttve. poweA. of the. Qo4pc 



IfttAj^t & T^c^U^ 



Enchanted Moments 



C/f /s a< > theAc e.ueA been a mom.en-t -in gouA LAfe, which wa* -oa 
^7 I J peAfcct tt haAdtu ^e-emed teat To-t mo^t of. ua, an 

expeAAence. -ouch a-c this happen* onLj on.ce 01 twtce. in a -Oife.- 
tAme.. OnAij. once., in mg own Life., have. 7 feAt -the. magAc of a 
rn.om.enA of. lnd.eyocAAba.bte lou-LAnes04. 

Behind ouA hou-oe. theAe. to a omatA -tA.de. lAueA. Thlo xAueA 
fiow-o InAo die. flledomack RtueA, widens tnto B-toad Cove., and 
■fAnaAtg j.o-ino the. UtAanAlc Ocean. duiAng -the. -oummeA, mg 
b-totheA and 1 of-ten pitch ouA tent bg the. -oho-te. of the. lAveA, 
and camp oat oueA nlq.h-t. Se.t/eAat tAme^ duAlng the. -oummel we. 
yeA up before the oun tAoesO and go fo* ea-itg-mo-tntng i-ide* in 
ou-t boat. 

The. cuenAo of thAo pa.itAc.uAaA. dag took pta.ce. tax>i faA.!, 
ea-ttg. tn ScpAembeA. 7-to-oto come. ea-tAg -in (Itatne., and rug b-totJieA 
and waiiAed to -otee.p out -in the. tent one. mo-te. tAme. before, -it 
be.cam.e. too co-id. That, mo-lnlng we both woke, up ueAg ea-X-Lu, 00 
use. dccAded to take. one. Ixvot boat -ttde fo-t the. -oummeA. 

Ha are. pushed out {.-torn the. oho-te., eu/eAgAhtng woa <ohadowg. 
Hot ao da-tk ao night, but a -co -it of pAe.-dawn gAeynesOo, It woa 
not untAt we. weAe. ue.lL ou-t f-tom -oho-te that. we. leaAA^ed px^t how 
thick the. fog wa<>. UnceAtatn no. >heA we. -ohoutd tuAn back 

04. go on tn the. fog, we. -oaA In -otAence. £01 a few momenta. 
Without ang aAgumejiAo we leached a common ag-tcem^nA, and 
went on, ho [Any the. fog wouAd -noon buAn of.f.. 



Ra we. moved downAAueA, we. stopped -the. moto-t and beA. tlie. 
boat dAlft wAMi the. cut -lent.. The. fog wa* alL aAound ivo, 
■owt-lbAng ao A-f atAue.; now thA^nneA, now -thAck a<3 a woolAxj. jAejj. 
btanLeA. tliAu-ot don. upon uo. The. -tlt/eA At^eAAi wao deaAJily. calm.; 
not a -tAppbe maA^ed the. -smooth -surface. SAjicc theAe wa* 
nothAng. bwt the. -same unbounde.d gAeynes>4 An. e.ueiy dAJie.ctA.on, 
At wa* Ampo-o^-ible to te.Lt wheAe. wateA le-ft off and {Log. began. 
The. quAeAne^s wa>o almost tanglbbe. a* this soft, jAexj. stuff 
comp-leA.e.ly muffled abb sounds oaue. the. gentle tappA.ni lie. 

wabeA agaAnst the. bow of. the. boaA. We weAe the. only bluing, 
thing* An. trie whole, wo-tld ',' abl else was this mti^teAious, 
penetAallng, ail-concealing m-isl. 

plaited the. motol agaAn, and continued downslAcam., 
hopAng. we. weAe somewheie neaA tAxe mAddbe of. the. -tAueA. Rot 
beAnq. abbe, to see eAAheA sho-te, non dAstA.nguA\sh any. of th.e 
Isbands, we. saAted on hlAndly, tAustAng. In ou-t AnstAncts and 
sense of dAA.ectA.on to beep us -safe., tile had no Idea wheAe we. 
weAe, rtoA. now e had come. ' j., as Ike sun -lose 

abov? the. wateA, tixe dubl gleyness of the. fog. chang.ed to a 
luminous, pearly s-LlveA. LueAij. once. In a while, we. could d-is- 
-blnguAsh. a b-tAghAAly. colored lobsleA buoy, bobbing. neaA us, as 
■the. rn.ouejne.nt op oua boa ..uAJxed the. g.bassy. calmness of the. 

-A. 

Hs we. moued on, these buoys became moAe and mo-te numeAous, 
untA-L we. found At dA.ffucu.lt to keep f->iom tvibtAng. them. Sudden- 
ly we -teaAA^ed -that we. weAe. In Uie haAbo-t at ffl.edomacL ; theAe 



rvt />hx acuta o£ vaAsLou* o/iape^ 

and 4-tjw. exL cto^c en -& 

o£ -die. i. •' ' KzaJl acwteo; . 

Hgjidj. /_. , _, and '.'a'/gjute . 

Uiou-uxj back out of . ' ' ' -it 

t of. anotheA o no-to-l. j-L gAaduc 

ooLuld fLoAJvLly loa<L -L-Co ■>'/', ca 1 ' 

ifvtn-j "ion. theAA ' ,'^lco' 

iA lol)4-t . <>o clo-;r(tj 

could aAjnoot touch each o ' ' ioa-0 

inhab-i text I j o-theA jiejopLe., -then ' h con.' uA 

<oe.f and onM^ the. ta r 

j a i h 

The. 
t ift, 
fLajri-LLa t . ! 

-/.ad, and qua, ' ; h. on ( 

UA. Li , urn . fid (Ji ■ d iuj 

h-ou.?uj ajx . ren 

now 1 . ' ' ' 

we . 





Forward, Ever Forward 




'compA.eAie.ljj cio^oed -ooctetg mwot e.u enA.uaA.Lu be.come. decadent. 

and 4teAL ! e.. 7fiA-o thought pn.ompA^> me. to -chLnk. tn teAnvo of 
my. our/i ChuAch of -the. (la^aAene.* UhaA. t* now a foAsitu wcUL-known 
denomAnatton -ota-tted out ao 4z.uoA.aL Lnde.pendenA. mouemejnt<o 
occuputng. uaAtou^o aAea-o of. -the Unvoted. S-txite^o. 7hen soLoluLu, 
accosidAng to Qod'o -Leading., thesoe ^cacteAed gAoup^o meAxged -Unto a 
untfted new body, "J tie. Ch.uA.dn of. the. lia?aAcne" . 

To LLouutng. thsLo gAeat 4te,p., the. pA.one.eA. <optAtt and e.uang.eAAso- 
tLc feAuon. of the. Ua^aAene. rn.oueM.ent mantf emoted Lt-jeLf afAe^oh tn 
the. foundtng. of hone, mA-o^ton cJiLAch-e^o -in e.ue.ty, paAt of. tlie 
counAAy.. 7-tom continued gAourth of Locat centeA^o of uiolsotvlp 
haue. 4 p lung. 4etf-4uppo-ttAng. f <oaJj4tnn-LLat dtottA.ct4 , whA-ch -in 
tuAn haue. gAuen Renewed 4tAengAJi and Lm.peA.u4 to the. Life, of -the 
whoLe. ch.un.cJx, 

7-tom. Lt4 ueAy -be.] Lansings, the. ChuAch of the fla^aAene. had 
4tAeso<oed die. rrUso-otona-ty 4pAAAA.. LxampLext of 4acALfLce. an J 
de.uotA.on of fla^alene. mL44LonaAA.C4 abtoad haue. Ln-j.e.cted a <oensoe. 
of >ien.euse.d utg.o-1 and a <optAtt of commA.tme.nt Lnto -the. chuAch tn 
the. homeAxmd. CJisvL4t' 'o comma/vd, "Qo and 7 cacti fitt flatto n<o " , 
tw.4 -opuAAed the. chuAch. ' -o cori4LLtuencg to gtue., pAa.u, and enlAsot 
be.ca.uoe, of a henAt of concern fan. the. to-ot of the wonJxt. 

How, wLAh the. name, of ChAAAot beJjig. heAatded bi/ the. ChuAch 



°t- '*'' it is> 

pA-euaJAAna attitude, o/ the. CJiu-ic* . e -oto mc 

£e/fc>o aoistg, to adopt a <ae4£-4a<i 

achlz.vem.efvt, 01 eaaexAy leach one to / ' U to 

conqaeA,"? 

TheAe. ha^ been to ^ - ■ 

°f- ouJi <. ' ■ id ouji own. coo, 

combine.. (liauM ' ih of. ..£ e 

' , manj. o£ the 

smallest oru l loa • » m ( • ^ aouJ - 

eueA, -If. o</cA a ho Lin a> nio-te cou-ld 

. 
would (cur . ' ' . 

aAX con.ee/ui , new idea*, and , could 

enc -■ a whole new , 

ou-oand <j d in one d. 

^ a , . 

"t 3 cu £ c 

"tike, a , i.w" i;i . 

e <uAo don' x.. in . -beAjoued cA 

nwdt not become as> a con h l.e,le.Lj. closed 4od 
LsoLU-ed uri t achicv emeriti and con,; 

-to ,-LnA. wi 

ue dan , > . 

cuanq Ions,, wiX.1 lo*e alA 



have aalned and fall hack, orUij. -co became, mole o* le** Identified 
with the wo lid flam which theij. have. ejieAjaed.. (i* Cn^Utlan 
ooUUzAa, tho*e of the OvuUUjan. faith rruuot continue to maJich 
folwaAd, orvm'ld. 



-/f / mhlella* ale fan. a jAaup of. people cu I theU um- 

XJ^y bieHxu> In the lain. lemlnxLo me of. musahAoomo walking, down 
the 4-Uieel. Snoit, fat people ale funnier than tali one*. They 
took VioMpled. kalndlop* oUUp -ff Urn* of the babblna umbiehla* 
that neuel quite protect the people undei them. flom the 
onclauah-Va of t/i > wind-blown lain. 



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Brenda Benjamin 



Gary Ange 



quotes a Q u I p 



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Ste.ph.ej i L. fbxdeA^on 



"find we know that aLL things woik 
tojetheli £.04. good -co them. -that, loue, 
Qod, to them, who aAe. the. caMled 
according, to hi* postpone.." (Roman* 
8:28) 



R.T. findji eu-4 , "jA , 



you want my honest opinion?" 



QaAy fbvj^tl 



"tilt that I* ne.eded fto-t -bad to 
psie-uaAA. I* fLoi good men to do 
notfitii 



Satly, HoplnwaLl 
IllaA^.O'tte. Balkan 



"Tight, deMta, Tight," 



"'Judge, not tha-t y-e. l;e not <judg,e.d, 
{Lot with what judgement ye. judge., 
ye, ohall he, -judged. " 



OhjaJit. e/i Ba% aklan 



mxg Life. a,iway-c 4how H-Oa loue.." 



CaA.oLyn Le.ckwlt)i 



"1 w-lll Lljlt up mine, e^/eo unA o die, 
hUJ-A , fjuom whence comeXh my heXp. " 
zlm* 121:1) 



dw i j enneJi 



"due. one. day aA. a Oime., and make, 
the. rno^t ofL It." 



'Jean fbui BeAU.i_ 



"Faldon. . . " 



lUaAl.on Blygsa 



" T ' e xjLteAnoarva In the, cLinlc. . .?" 



lRasU.ty.n Bbab^debb 



" 'P^ottce bn bbfe. what thou 
pAay.e^t for, and teaue, -the. ies$t 
to g a d." 



Taut Btanexj. 
lommbe. B, Btunt 



"Out of. confutton." 



"Sp.eja.L the, t-tu-th and opeak. bb e.ueA t 
Co^yt -bb whax. -bt w-itb; lot he. who 
hide* -the. w-tong. he. doe* wtbt do the, 
w-tony thb.nq otbbt." 



Joan Boothman 



"May. the, wold* of my rnouMi and the. 
mexLi.ta.ti.orvi of. /7iy. heaAt be, accept 
■in thy *tahb, o!i bold nuj. *tA&n,jbh and 
Rede.eM.eA. " 



RobeAb CaAt*oa 



"Stoma Swbo" Boston Stoste, Uo*pbtat 

7 tat, Hou*e.. 



'KeAAij, OxandieA. 



"Oh my. hexiA' . " 



Ub-bbbam Chetwynd 



"7oi eueAy pAobbem uou have,, 
*ome.one. eb*e. ha* one. wotee.." 



PeA-e ChAb*ten*en 



"tiuy a Cadbbtac." 



Ltxaene. £.. Co -Lemon, Jas, 



"Smtbe., -it. mates) peopbe. wondeA 
what you've. be.en up bo," 



Jo/vice. ComAbe, 
Jbm ConAad 



"Ion. cAybno out moXja**e^." 



"/I *mbbe. malted e.ueAyone.' * day. a 
bbe. bitaJvteA. " 



John CoutAjno-te. 



"7o-t when we. weAe. ye,i wttliout 
*tJienatJx t bn due. time. ChAb^b 
dbe.d fo-t the. unoodtij.. Bub Qod 
commandeAh fib* tone, toward* u* f 
bn thab, white, we. weAe. yeA. -otnneA*, 
ChAi*t died. fon. u*." {Roman* 5:( , 



ChaAA.es> Co ere. 



"fbvj,one. can fait, bu-t the t-tyAng 
-t-4 what counts ." 



PhyAAAss ftaAden 



"7 iLLot the. Loxd with aJUL thAne. 
hexiAA, and Loan not unto thAne. own 
luxdeA^taruUsia. . .and He. -ohatl cU.-te.cU. 
thy. aatho." (P<iou. 3:5-6) 



Ba<tiu deyleA. 



"1 anolan.ee. i<$ bbCo*." 



fliabeA Cjusie.) DeAAjneA. 



"If. Qod -be. {Lot u*, ifiho can. be. 
ayaAsuit usi?" 



ff(aAyj2A.e,t Blew 



"If aA. f-iiot y.ou don't 4ac.ce.ed, tAy , 
again." 



Qo*don DunAop. 
biAA. Ldwa>id4 



"Oh, nvj goodne^^l" 



"If -o not wheAJxeA tj.au win oi looe 
but. how gou pAay the. game, that 
count*. " 



HaAjotd EdwaAcU 



"EeAAe.ue. nothtng uou heaA and haA.fi 
of. what uou oee." 



Dai/e. T-Lok. 
Date. QeAman 
Silt £ough 



"H 4taA. 4p.extto : why oo hot, lAAAAe. man?" 



"Play, -co the. masonic beaAance. of the. tAutA." 



"Ilu4t An the. Lo-ld with alA thine, her: 
Lean not unto thine, own undeA^ -Landing. 
In ait thy wajy^ actnowtedge. Him., and 
He. 4ha.lt dAie.ct thy. patho." (Piou. 3-'5»6) 



Ron fyvaham 



" d Life, with Qod makes* for a compLeAe. 
tAfc. " 



fllan 7-. c ^tay. 



"Shale, and ^haxe. aAAIce ; you o/u. 
like." 



BaAA.y Haaa 



Xtm. HanvLLn 



Paut Hatveu 



QAJinte Ha.'3'LLe. 



"SHEL'S always yetttna tn mxy hatA-- 
but who 'o compAxt-intng?" 



"I've. yot plenty oJL AfflBOT^ 

1 jxLA-t hate to wa^te <Lt on wotL," 



"don ' t do today what you can put 
o£{L ' ttl. tom.olA.ow," 



"It '-o not tmpo-ttant what we do -Out 
nxitheA how we. do tt -that counts," 



XaAen Haye* 
Linda Hetrntck, 

Judy HeAA 
David He.ujh.Ln4 
Judy, Hoadleiy 
PatAlcla Hotiand 



Qod'4 way <L6 my way," 



""Xeep ^mllAjxyl Luesiyone wtll wondeA 
what you've. been up. to," 



zAe He. Lead* me, 7 ^haLL fiollow. " 



"Lo<iJ , teach me. to love a* HtlleA hate ." 



"What a tlot," 



dd 4hatL supply aLL youA 
need accoidlna to Ht-4 tlche* tn 
g.sLo<ly by GiAl^t Je^u*," {Phil, 4 : IQ) 



Catle Ho Hell 



"Idltfi Cjod, att things ate po^^lble, " 



Ronald HolmjAen 
Dennto Hughe* 



"1* that tight?" 



"Qod hao not pAoml^ed att thing* 

to be yood but tatheA /Lot att thirty 

to wo-tlc toqetheA fio-l yood." 



Pat Huahejy 



"Sock." 



'.-LCO Hu*t0fl 

Xathy Jack*on 
Pat 'Jacob* 

'Joyce. Jef.fLe'Uion 
UiJujAnta Jo-ine* 
dace Xaie 
"Joyce TCeuj. 

[flaty XindeA. 
Richard Xtn*man 
"J-Lm. XLoo*teAman 
Hank. Lanca*teA. 
Ui-tyini-a LanteAy 

Stanton Lockjwood 
Ponatd II. Lott 

'Joetta itt-diaruiso 

Jean IUanche*teA- 



h a *ony in my heaJi ■ " 



"fleueA *ay die.; Ju*t do it." 



"Say what you mean t and mean what 
you. 4 a* j . " 



"Smtie, you' Li fLcet and Look. betyteA." 



'D'l/e yot tho*e diA To-tce' bine* I" 



}r 3'it. neueA. Le.it." 



" 'Uheneu ci 7 yet the, uAae to *tih 

J Vie. down wntLi the. {Leetiny pa**e*," 



" Hap.fj.Lnc** *eem* made to be *haAed." 



"Coot a* a moo*e!" 



"Back into you A caye, -Li' * dean now." 



"IfL the *hoc VLLo weal it." 



"Do unto othe/u>, a* you. woutd hacre 
them, do unto you. " 



"1, why?" 



"Humosl bsuinq* a *nite to the £ace 
and J.oy to the heaAA . " 



"It * a yJieat iA.-fte tf. you don't 
weaken . " 



"CJiAt.*t -i* the Liqht o£ ouA path*, 
and aniu with Him, can we jtind the 
tAue happjjxe**. 



ffiaAA.on (UaAqua^dt 



"Cui2A.Lj.tliA.aij in Life ha* a beauJjy. 

of. i.t^> ourn but not eueAgone 4ee* It," 



JueaA-lle II (o Vine 



"^ong^ a/te the. be^ot way. to pAai^e 

god." 



dauld [Roole 



"lot wisdom., i* betA.eA than. -inbleo ; 
and clLL the. thtna* that may. be. 
deA<L\ed aAe not to be. com.aaA.ed. 
to IX. " 



Tat. Uhlan 



" 'ItvLbuAjo-LLono wo^Letn patience! ' 
. . . 1 hope." 



Btenda lUoKAiAX 



4-lc Ia Loue In <$eaAch of. a wonxL." 



ilyn "J, O'Detl 



"{Jou can do anything u.ou want Lf, 
ij.ou -teat/ , uu . " 



CaAol PaAJunan 



"Judge, not, that ye be. <j.udq.ed." 



Rob leA 



"Hie gou 4eAA.auA\ r i 



,n 



Heel flA.ce 



"don't calculate, upon the. quanLLty. 
of. jiiirenLie. pou-LAAy before tJxe 
com.pt.eAie. p&oced-o of. incabatA.on." 



CaAole Reed 
Connie, Richmond 
^haAon RledeA 



ttn + t 



It ' <$ hot in heA-e.. " 



"IDhateueA you. do; ptxuj -it cool!" 



"Rot by. might, no-t by poweA., 
but. by mu >$p>ltiA\ -calth the Laid 
of. ho-c-to." 



BetAjy RlenteivochneldeA. 



"That '4 a -ohante. " 



L0I4 RobeAAsS 



'0 ' m ■cayA-n' , " 



lilaAbe Scott 



"Ucbb how aAe tj.a' 



Pameba ShcpaAd 



"1 can. do abb thbnq^ through 
ChAsbot whbch 4lAeng.then.eMi me,* " 
(Phtt. 4:13) 



(Iibchaet, ShetbeA 
QaA,y. Snvith 



"Too bad!" 



"Lotd, make me. an, Inc Umment 
of -thy. peace., whcie. theAe, bo 
hatted beb. me. <aow boue." 



Sbme,o E^bpbbo 
Ld Snebt 



"RaLloriA opeak. boudeA Ihaix wotdo." 



t man., wbth abb hbo toy^ of. btaoo, 
Idbtb n.e' eA. cAeate a bbade. of. gAa^o." 



flaomb, Soboty 



"7Cee.p youi chin up, pu-t gouA be^t 
foot f.o-twaAd, book the. wo-tbd In the. 
eye., and oay watch me,. " 



Casio b Suxgg, 
Penny. Stephens 
TbctcheA link 



"QhAb^t Is* the. centeA of my. bbfe. " 



"Idho dbed and befit y.ou bo<a<6?" 



"Ubthout f Abend* hip, Life b* nothing." 



dolA.4 limotead 



"jod afteAnoon, CaoteAn dayx^tene 
College. ..." 



^eAaldbne, lOabteA, 



'jt'-a cold bn heAe,." 



dlanne. tilabteAo 



"1 *bng fo-t 1 cannot be. -atlent; 
Hbo boi/e. bo the. theme of my. <6orig." 



Bob ItieAteAkeAa 



"1 4habb: 'do unto otheAsi ao 1 
would haue. them, do unto me, ' " 



dai/ixb y.ouru}. oce/ie; lobby o{L a ko-teA. 

"CcLi-ty. youA. bag,, 4<Ui?" 
"Flo, -o/ie ca/i u;aJ,t," 



ShaA-on. IJoLLiey. tjou oee/i a/iy.on.e 7 know, 



(fLoAsia 2.<?slq,esilLuAe. ' ata ' ijxl mean?" 

OiaAM^ ZinL "7 Luff." 



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